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Oil companies can now lead to gas a federal judge selling the government to test our drilling permits on federal land the Interior Department well at sixty days to decide.
Whether to approve them right now they can drag on and on and on for years.
So once or drilling getting that moving but also it is still stalling that's got my next guest -- Jim Adams the CEO also Marines services -- -- this doesn't effect.
What -- -- we'll see what happens on shore.
But it's important -- recognize that.
You know this is the third time they Ken Salazar has been told by federal job judge to do his job to follow the law.
And too many ignores it every time the administration is blatant.
And I I mean that's normal is a judge still needed is something.
I don't know I I would do it.
Well it it it certainly highlights with the political.
Our policy -- you know -- and watch in this administration and particularly.
And the Interior Department it's really what important to see what they do not what they say they're gonna do.
And in the Gulf of Mexico what -- done.
Is severely cut back.
In the gulf it which is the only.
So less jobs it's already sidelined.
Tens of thousands of workers and that's the ripple through the entire economy.
It just doesn't make any sense.
-- everything is.
In how you do it right I mean if they drag their feet that's one thing.
Let's say we get that some of this onshore drilling speed sped up it would make sense I guess that eventually offshore drilling would follow.
Well I think it would make sense right now today for the administration the Obama administration.
To release the the process to make it clear to make this.
Because we have tens of thousands of private enterprise.
Shovel ready jobs ready to go and instead of growing this economy.